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    What do you think of .co domains?

    I just found out that this company will release co domains in middle of july... what do you think of this new extension?

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    Website domain names have jumped in value over the last year, according to figures, which suggest the internet is flourishing while other areas of the economy struggle, so >co will slow but work later..

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    Registration is open now.
    |Register your .CO Domain name USD 27.99 >>>> http://www.elmejordominio.com/

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    How .co will be different then .cm.

    I see many billion dollar companies have not registered .co version for their site. specially in developing countries.

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    not much people like it's cause $29.99 for register each years.








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    They're a little on the pricey side right now. I think the only valuable .co domains are large site typo's...Most all of those are gone..Therefor, I probably won't buy a .co
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldman35 View Post
    not much people like it's cause $29.99 for register each years.
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    They are cheaper at namecheap - around $23

    Surprisingly there are over 500k of them registered already at these prices and the sunrise auctions brought millions, and many respectable sales over $10k. Most people are probably after the type in traffic from .com

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    I personally like them, but only time will tell.
    If they are going to be treated by Google as International Domains, they will move up in prices as Keyword Domains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bemarnet View Post
    I personally like them, but only time will tell.
    If they are going to be treated by Google as International Domains, they will move up in prices as Keyword Domains.
    google already annouced that they will treat .CO as gTLD and not as ccTLD.
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    i have a friend who is in a bidding war right now for VITAMINS.CO

    how much do you think he should pay for that domain name? the bidding it currenly up at $2150.00

    is it going to be worth enough in the future to warrant spending so much?
    CEOF.NET
    CEOOP.COM
    CREWT.COM
    HOTNV.COM
    JEFCO.NET
    MAMOUL.COM
    MRDAYS.COM
    OSAV.NET
    RITAT.COM
    RITAV.COM
    ROCELLE.COM
    ROCKLA.COM
    VHCO.NET
    VLOADS.COM
    EFTY.ORG

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    .co ruined it!

    The introduction of .co gave everybody the possibility to get a domain name cheap, basically just for the cost of the registration. If you had any good domains, you were hoping to sell for a profit, that hope is now largely diminished if not all together dashed. Any prospective buyer, that you were hoping to attract before, now has his favorite domain name registered with a .co extension, and it is going to get worse.

    With every new extension that is brought to the market, all existing domain names and inventories will lose in value. ICAAN is not interested, in domainers or investors to make money, they just want to flood the market with any possible extension, that any country, city or organization is asking for.

    Unsold dotcom domain names with their former glory and huge prices are going to go the way of the dinosaurs, because end-users will see no logic in shelling out big bucks for any name that might be available elsewhere at flea market prices.

    Dotco was and still is a disaster for domainers and domain name investors. Nothing will ever bring back to golden days of dotcom domain names. Count your blessings Domain King(s).
    Last edited by Billy; 2010-10-18 at 05:50 PM.

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    billy,

    I couldn't agree with you more. With the advent Of IDN.IDN and many other TLDs and ccTLDs coming, the days of the wildwest .com overpricing practices ARE on their way out. I can't help but laugh when i see something like hurt.com (just a random example) being marketed for $5 mill. Big joke. In the future, the value of all other domain extensions will increase to some degree and .coms will come down. It's just logical.

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    .CO is considered to be the world’s next premier web address. There are lot of opportunities associated to such an extension so don’t miss this new trend.

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    There are only 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't.

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    I suppose that was considered as good domain name extension, however there was activity about that domain name when it just has been opened for the registration.

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